CHICAGO -- The march to Efficient Consumer Response is still drawing an enthusiastic crowd of supporters. But increasingly, industry executives, including those involved in spearheading the massive re-engineering effort, concede that ECR must begin focusing much more attention on satisfying the most critical supermarket player of all: the consumer. Thus far, nearly all of the industry's ECR efforts have involved implementing programs to enhance business practices between trading partners ...

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